Windows scheduler

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Windows Task Scheduler - is a tool that enables to schedule the launch of programs or scripts at pre-defined times or after certain intervals.

In this module you can create, edit and delete scheduled tasks.

Module «Windows scheduler»
Image:T-bullet.gif View a list of scheduled tasks
Image:T-new.png Add new task
Image:T-edit.png Edit task properties
Image:T-delete.png Delete task

View a list of scheduler tasks

  • Period - time intervals to run the task.
  • Command - path to the program to be run on a schedule.

Add new task

To create a new scheduled task, click the "Create" icon and fill out the form:

Модуль «Windows scheduler»
  • Server time - current date and time.
  • Command - provide a path to the program to be run on a schedule.
  • Parameters - provide additional parameters for the program.
  • Start time - provide the time to start the task.
  • Period - select a period to start the task:
    • every day - the task will be executed every day.
    • once a week - the task will be executed every week on the selected days.
    • once a month - the task will be executed every month on the selected days.
    • after reboot - the task will be executed upon each reboot of the operating system.
  • Interval - the task will be executed every n-day or week (depending on the selected period).
  • Repeat - select the time frame of the task.
  • Repeat every - specify whether you want your task to be repeatedly executed at a set time.
  • Repeat during - when the specified period has passed, the task will be terminated.

Note: disabling a user will also disable its scheduled tasks.

Edit task properties

To edit a scheduled task, locate the task you wish to edit, click the "Edit" icon and modify the settings you want to change.

Delete task

To delete a scheduled task, select it from the list and click the "Delete" icon. Confirm that you want to delete the selected task by clicking "OK" in the following window.

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